report this ad After surprising some with the selection of defenseman Victor Soderstrom in the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft on Friday evening in Vancouver, British Columbia, the Arizona Coyotes and general manager John Chayka aggressively addressed the club’s biggest organizational need – forward depth – on the draft’s second day. Sitting
report this ad The Arizona Coyotes acquired the 11th-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft from the Philadelphia Flyers, sending the 14th and 45th selections in return. The Coyotes used the pick to draft Swedish defender Victor Söderström. With the Flyers on the clock at the 11th spot, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced that
© James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports Sabres need some scoring, Hurricanes talked to Faulk, nothing imminent with Trouba, Coyotes could be looking at Duchene Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic: The Buffalo Sabres have kicked tires on Minnesota Wild winger Jason Zucker. wonders if the Nashville Predators would offer up forward Kyle Turris at a reduced rate
© Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports The Flyers and Hayes will continue to talk after a quick visit Frank Seravalli: Sounding like Kevin Hayes was impressed with his meeting/visit with the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers will have their work cut out, but money talks. From understanding, the Flyers are not at the top of Hayes’ list,
report this ad The Arizona Coyotes lost their starting goaltender after 12 starts, the kind of setback that could spoil an entire season. The injuries kept coming, piling up like no other team in the league, which should have sent them to the bottom of the standings again. Yet there they were the final week
© Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports Perry’s days in Anaheim numbered? TSN: Pierre LeBrun talking about the future of Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry. Pierre LeBrun: The Anaheim Ducks have a lot of respect for the 34-year old Perry, but he’s got a big contract. “First, they are talking trades to a number of teams, they
© Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports Hall not interested in a Devils extension at this time David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period: Multiple sources have said that as of now, Taylor Hall is not interested in signing a contract extension with the New Jersey Devils. Hall is eligible to sign an extension after July 1st.
© Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Marleau’s days in Toronto are numbered Sportsnet: It’s looking like Patrick Marleau‘s days in Toronto are numbered according to Nick Kypreos. “It sounds like Marleau and the Leafs are set to part ways,” said Nick Kypreos during the ‘Headlines’ segment of Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday. “The family is going to
report this ad After finishing a four-game losing streak with a 0-2-2 record, things were looking grim for the Arizona Coyotes. They had lost a three-point playoff cushion they had enjoyed just a few days earlier, and saw the Colorado Avalanche leapfrog them in the standings. However, after a huge shutout victory over the Chicago
© Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports The Wild have been shopping Zucker @Account4hockey: Michael Russo (The Athletic) said on Minnesota radio that the Minnesota Wild have shopped winger Jason Zucker too: Calgary Flames for Michael Frolik/Sam Bennett. Pittsburgh Penguins for Phil Kessel. Arizona Coyotes for Christian Dvorak. The Coyotes countered with Christian Fischer. Vegas Golden Knights
Arizona Coyotes eye more changes in offseason Craig Morgan of The Athletic: Again, Arizona faces uncertainty from a multitude of fronts. One of them will be what they do with John MacLean. Will they keep him or let him go? From a free agent standpoint, Richard Panik and Darcy Kuemper expect to test the market.
What may the Arizona Coyotes do this offseason? Richard Morin of the Arizona Republic (mailbag): One of the first question when it comes to the Arizona Coyotes is always, will they spend? Imagine how good of a team they could be if their roster was not hamstrung by ownership. Again, the question came up and
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Darcy Kuemper made 36 saves for his fifth shutout of the season, Josh Archibald scored two goals and the Arizona Coyotes kept their playoff push going with a 4-0 victory over Minnesota on Sunday. It was Kuemper’s second shutout in three games and the Coyotes moved within one point of Colorado for
After suffering a brutal home loss to the 30th-place Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday evening in Glendale, the Arizona Coyotes are on the brink of elimination from playoff contention. They’ll need a miracle over the final two games in order to qualify for the postseason. We’ll get to the specifics later, but let’s take a
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Jack Campbell made 49 saves, Trevor Lewis scored 3:29 into the third period, and the Los Angeles Kings hurt Arizona’s playoff chances with a 3-1 victory over the Coyotes on Tuesday night. Tyler Clifford had a goal and an assist for Los Angeles (30-41-9), which had dropped three of four. Drew Doughty